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The Key to Excellent Tech training AND an Excellent Staff

LiB has posted her Tech Training Competencies! And I am a happy guy!

http://librarianinblack.typepad.com/librarianinblack/2005/05/technology_core.html

I did a similar thing a few years ago for SJCPL but this stuff is incredible, current and useful. Read it! Do you have these skills? (SKILLZ) Does your staff?

http://www.cla-net.org/included/docs/tech_core_competencies.pdf

This set of competencies is intended to serve as a base model for technology
competencies among California library workers. California's libraries are
incredibly diverse; there are many different types and sizes of libraries,
different staffing, and different technology. The purpose of these
competencies is not to be the guidepost by which all libraries measure
technology skills, but rather to serve as a starting point for libraries to use in
assessing their staff's technology proficiencies, and to assist libraries in
building their own sets of tailored competencies to fit with their unique staff
and library.

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